Felini Complete

: 5/5
Add this supplement to raw and cooked meat, with vitamins, minerals, trace elements and taurine, free from fillers, hypo-allergens, measure spoon included....further information
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Felini Complete
Felini Complete
Felini Complete
Felini Complete
Felini Complete
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Product description

Add this supplement to raw and cooked meat, with vitamins, minerals, trace elements and taurine, free from fillers, hypo-allergens, measure spoon included.

Cats are true carnivores (pure meat-eaters) and have very specific dietary requirements. Their natural diet consists of all sorts of prey like birds, insects, mice and other small mammals, which provide them with protein, fat, amino acids, vitamins, minerals and trace elements. A food containing raw or cooked meat is the closest thing to this natural diet in the wild. Not all the nutrients cats need to live are kept in meat from butchers and supermarkets. Feeding raw meat therefore requires supplementation of vital minerals and vitamins to prevent dietary deficiencies; Felini Complete is a balanced dietary supplement and turns pure meat into a all-round balanced meal.

Felini Complete is free from vitamin K3 and contains no allergens making this meal perfectly designed for pets with allergies.

Felini Complete:

  • Balanced complete addition to meat feeding
  • With vitamins, minerals, trace elements and taurine
  • Free of fillers and anti-caking agents
  • Hypoallergenic - suitable for allergy suffering pets
  • Comes with measuring spoon
Feeding real meat made easy - with Felini Complete.


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Additives per kg:

Nutritional additives:
Vitamin A (800,000 IU/kg), vitamin D3 (20,000 IU/kg), vitamin E [a-tocopherol acetate] (5500 mg/kg), vitamin B1 (320 mg/kg), vitamin B2 (160 mg/kg), vitamin B6 (240 mg/kg), vitamin B12 (1650 µg/kg), pantothenic acid (720 mg/kg), biotin (10,000 µg/kg), nicotinamide (1300 mg/kg), folic acid (52 mg/kg), iron [sulphate] (2400 mg/kg), copper [sulphate] (160 mg/kg), manganese [sulphate] (224 mg/kg), zinc [sulphate] (900 mg/kg), iodine [Ca-iodate] (42 mg/kg), taurine (100,000 mg/kg).

This is classified as a food supplement due to its higher content of vitamins A, D3 and trace elements than complete foods. Only feed this as 5% of the daily feeding portions.

Felini Complete is designed for the exclusive use in pure meat preparations and must not be mixed in as a supplement with complete foods (e.g. canned cat food).

Analytical constituents

protein6.89 %
fat0.59 %
ash84.66 %
calcium19.3 %
phosphorus3.0 %
magnesium0.8 %
sodium11.0 %

Feeding guide

Application & Dosage:

A supplementary cat feed.

A fully grown cat weighing 4.5kg requires approx. 130g of meat spread out over 2-3 meals. Mix 65g of meat in with 0.8g of Felini Complete (flat spoon) and 2 tbsp of water. For the preparation of larger amounts give 12.5g of Felini Complete with 1kg of meat.

As well as muscle meat, heart (up to 15%), stomach and kidneys (up to 5%) can be fed to your cat. As Felini Complete contains calcium, phosphorous and vitamin A, you should not feed your cat bones or liver. Do not feed any raw pork. Felini Complete contains sufficient taurine. It supplements pure meat to achieve a balanced meal. No other supplements are necessary.

Please store in a cool, dark and dry place. Always read the instructions supplied.

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Latest user reviews

: 3/5
Tried it with home made raw cat food recipes, it’s easy to follow but smells not that great and my cat is reluctant to eat. I thought it was really expensive and I didn’t think I will be using it again.
: 4/5
Holly Loves Meat
Our Holly loves raw meat, and obviously, we needed to add supplements. She is fine with this. The down-side is that if I add the felini to fresh meat, then freeze it, she's not keen. Or if I add a little too much, she notices and sticks her nose up. So I have to buy her meat, defrost portions, then add the felini. Upside, her coat is soft, thick and glossy and her eyes are bright and she seems very happy.
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
10/19/18|Sam Irish
: 5/5
Amazing raw food supplement!!!
My cat was fed pouches as a kitten and used to clear a room with his wind!! His stools were runny and he wasn't happy. Since switching to a raw food diet, over a year ago, he is a different cat. His coat is thick and shiny and he is full of energy. He never has wind and his stools are never runny or smelly. Felini complete is a lifesaver, I simply mix it with muscle meat (chicken, Turkey, lamb, beef or rabbit), a small amount of offal mix (heart, liver, kidney) and a little water.
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
: 5/5
So far so good
One of our cats has pancreatitis and after the last flare-up he became even more picky and we struggled to get him to eat enough. I started to give him minced meat in addition to his cat food but became concerned that he doesn't get enough of the right nutrients. I came across this product and mixed it under his daily mince portion. He eats it and within a week i noticed that his coat had become even silkier. Have been using it for a month now and am very happy and he has even gained weight.
: 5/5
Brilliant product!
Brilliant product. I have a cat who's been having terrible stomach problems and although I haven't yet switched to raw, this product, mixed in with cooked chicken, has increased his overall health. Very happy. Now I just need to switch him over to raw.
: 5/5
Great product
Feeding the cat raw for a year now, he is well and happy, wouldn't eat junk food anymore! Very happy with this product as makes raw feeding so much easier!
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
: 5/5
Great option for homemade raw food diet
Felini is a bit of a lifesaver - I wanted to switch to raw food for my two cats but found the importance of the nutrients / minerals side a bit overwhelming. It is already time consuming preparing the meat, so being able to trust that I'm giving them the right minerals and just having to buy one product is a big help. I'm not an expert but the cats have switched over happily to the raw food (chicken thighs) with Felini Complete plus a squirt of Salmon Oil and seem healthy and happy. Recommend!
: 5/5
Easy to use and my cat actually likes it
It's very easy to use - I just add a bit of water to raw meat and sprinkle it over with an attached tiny spoon. It's got everything that my cat needs and she actually likes the taste of the mix which definitely helps! I use a bit less water than in the instruction though.
09/09/16|Kayleigh McIntosh-Lowrie
: 5/5
Wouldn't use anything else
We use this for all our wild cats and Savannah/ Chausie breeding cats and they are all fit and healthy whilst on their raw diet. -Stylisticat UK
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
: 5/5
So convenient
I have been feeding my 5month old kittens raw meat since we got them at 9 weeks. The transition was very easy but I had concerns at whether they are getting all they need so after some research I bought Fellini complete and they adore it! They used to leave their meat for ages and would just graze which coming into summer would never do, but once I started adding the supplement, they are finishing their meals in one sitting. I shall certainly continue to buy this and know that the cats are getting the best nutrition.
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
: 1/5
To expensive for multicat households and rescue centres
Far to expensive wish was half price as multicat households dont not much chance of buying this and having to buy supplements separately as buying the bone mix mince for us is still expensive as cat food runs. So I have to settle with carny and Smilla. Can you ask if they could do a better price on this as its only 250g and would only last my cats 10 days so at £60 for 3 is far to much when I have to pay £120 on mince alone.
03/25/15|Helene Packman
: 5/5
fantastic felini
Petrovka who is now about two and a half years arrived as a kitten with prebirth worms. Sorted that out but the inflammation, wounds etc.. meant he was not absorbing enough from his food. Have tried two other products but nothing has worked fully. Felini saved his life along with the natural anti-inflammatory. He was slowly starving to death. Felini brought him out of that to total health. Have been without it for a while and it shows in his coat and some loss of weight, so there is still work to be done, maybe permanently.
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
: 5/5
glad someone made it mixed
Hi I bought this after looking on the internet about raw food feeding, I got a cat at 13 months old to be told that she had been fed on raw food, after lots of money spent on all types and make of can food she only ever licked the gravy and left the meat, I was throwing money out in the bin for weeks and she was still hungry,so raw food diet here i come, but did not know were to start, I watch you tube to see how and all the individual ingredients i had to buy wow headache time, then yes i found Felini she nows eats all her raw meat and sleeps sound, I also give her a raw chicken wing 1 a day and she loves it,Thank you to Zooplus also for the translated page on your site how to use it as the instruction leaflet is not in English, Fast delivery also took less than a week
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
08/23/14|C Morgan
: 5/5
No more IBD!!!
After 11 years of owning a cat with IBD I had all but lost hope- vets said it was his breed, British Shorthair- that he was just sensitive. I tried grain free kibble, about every wet food going- then a lightbulb went off- as my two dogs are raw fed and in immaculate health I decided to transition my cats to raw. We are 12 days in and no more diareah , no more sickness. This product is wonderful for mixing with minced chicken, egg, salmon oil etc- I will NEVER go back to commercial cat food again.
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
: 5/5
No more dried-out remains
Like many cats, 15-year-old Nidos has always changed his mind at random over food. Old-cat Whiskas and nothing else for months, then all of a sudden only old-cat Felix will do. Forget about canned meat, only pouches for this cat (sigh) and the prices are forever on the up. Then I came across the BARF concept on the www.

It's only been a month, but it's looking good so far.

I tested out the basics with a lightly baked chicken drumstick before taking the plunge. To this day, chicken still has to be lightly cooked before Nidos will eat it; the difference is that he no longer goes nuts when he sees a drumstick going into the oven. He's already eaten, thanks.

Felini Complete made it very easy to switch to a pure meat diet. Nidos has raw minced beef (value pack split into daily portions, deep-frozen then thawed overnight in the fridge) or lightly baked chicken. He likes a little uncooked lamb's kidney chopped into either meal when I can get it--haven't seen heart(s) on sale in years. Chicken dinners go in one sitting; mince lasts him ages, but since it stays wet for hours he does eventually clean his bowl. When I think of all the expensive pouch-meat I used to throw away on a daily basis, and the days he'd decide out of the blue he didn't like trout or rabbit, this switch is saving us a small fortune in catfood, and my cat seems content. Plus I no longer get nagged every time I go into the kitchen!
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
04/30/13|Jennifer Beare
: 5/5
Amazing Product
I have been using this supplement for a while now and I have to say it really is amazing, I had been wanting to change my cats onto a raw diet for a long time and this makes it so much easier as you don't have to buy a mix all the different ingredients to make sure your cat is getting the optimum nutrition. My cats health has improved in so many ways I recommend anybody thinking about it to try it.
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
: 5/5
more added info than...
review. as the sentence "only feed 5% of the daily feeding amount" on here and the german equivalent on the info page that comes with it was rather "huh? what?" and as I couldnt find who produced it, I googled the "distributor" and called them. it turns out the "distributor" is also the producer and is a lovely cat loving, "real and species appropriate food for cats" aficionado who has done her research. the amounts and elements of felini complete are based on research by the swiss university of zuerich's "institute for animal nutrition". the weird "5%" thing was required by german law, but actually besides the point. because if you stick to the amounts felini tells you to , you will get nowhere near the "possibly dangerous" 5 % + ( it s around the 1.25% mark ). one more tip- if cooking and freezing, dont keep it frozen for longer than maybe 3-4 weeks as then you will lose vitamins. probably best to always add felini "fresh"/ after meat has thawed, before feeding it. so now I feel VERY HAPPY using felini complete and yep, it s easy! and yep, my cats LOVE their real meat +felini. and hopefully it will also soon come with english indepths instruction leaflet ; )
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
09/06/12|Daisy Cheng
: 5/5
Good product to switch/start to raw feeds
After many hours of research, finally I found something that is easily available to UK (without German translations and paying 20 euro for shipping). Both my Bengals is now on raw. Layla, who is so fussy, I have tried all cat foods available on this site and other websites and she will simply walk away from it and leave the food until touch until it goes dry.... Anyway, this is easy to use, however it would be good that the instrustion is written in English, I am using the simply description on this website as instruction.
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
: 5/5
Has slowed my porky cat right down
I've switched my very overweight cat to a raw diet ater it became obvious that the prescription obesity diet was just making him fatter. What a difference Felini Complete has made! I've not been able to source chicken hearts yet so have not tried it on the completely raw food but he loves it on the poached beef & pork mince. Bizarrely, he seems to be fuller on less too, which is a massive bonus side effect!
Originally published in zooplus.co.uk
: 5/5
Would highly recommend
Have been using this for 4 months for older cat (16 years) having transferred him to a pure meat/fish diet. Looks vile - gray powder you dissolve in water and pour over food, but cat wolfs it down no problem. Since changing to this diet cat has regained muscle mass and mobility/flexibility. Is not quite as good as in his heyday but still much better than he used to be on previous diet. Can now run up and down stairs with ease.
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